Senator Beagle joins representatives from Troy Main Street on Wednesday afternoon.
Columbus - 
State Senator Bill Beagle (R- Tipp City) recognized the Troy Main Street organization today for their continued downtown revitalization efforts and for maintaining their National Main Street Accreditation. Developed over 20 years ago, the non-profit group promotes downtown recruitment and retention, improving the visual image of downtown and coordinating downtown community events. "Troy Main Street has helped revitalize not only the downtown area, but the entire community as well," Beagle said. "Revitalization is a key component for sustaining and creating jobs. Thanks to their efforts, Main Street remains a vibrant place where people can live, work, eat and shop." The Main Street Program, under the National Trust for Historic Preservation, recognizes communities that strive to bring economic opportunity and vitality to local Main Streets. To receive accreditation, programs must meet 10 performance standards such as; broad-based community support for the commercial district revitalization process, developed vision and mission statements relevant to community conditions, possess an historic preservation ethic, and have a comprehensive main street work plan.
Senator Bill Beagle serves the people of Ohio's 5th Senate District, which includes Miami County and portions of Montgomery and Darke Counties.
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